MCMV – Dutch and Belgian Navy

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The new MCM vessels will replace the existing Tripartite class minehunters, and are suitable for a range of missions: naval mine identification and destruction of course, but also for surveillance, anti-piracy and interception missions for example.

The design is next-generation, the vessels will be equipped with all kind of modern means for mine counter measures that include unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
This new generation vessel has an overall length of almost 82 m, a beam of 17 m, and a displacement of 20800 t.

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AOPS – Royal Canadian Navy

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The Harry DeWolf-class Arctic and Offshore Patrol Vessels (AOPV) enhance the Royal Canadian Navy’s (RCN) ability to assert Canadian sovereignty in Arctic and coastal Canadian waters, and support international operations.

This is the first time in its history that the RCN has named a class after a prominent Canadian Navy figure. The remaining ships in the class will be named to honour other prominent Royal Canadian Navy heroes who served their country with the highest distinction. All ships in the Harry DeWolf class will be affiliated with the six Inuit regions in the North.

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Kormoran – Polish Navy

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Kormoran II (Cormorant class) – officially project 258, mine hunting type of vessels in building for the Polish Navy. The 2011 Defense Budget included a single vessel of this class. It was launched on 4 September 2015 and was predicted to enter service late 2016. Two more ships have been planned. Ships are built by Remontowa Shipbuilding Gdansk and Naval Shipyard Gdynia consortium

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JSS- Royal Canadian Navy


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The Protecteur-class Joint Support Ships (JSS) are a new class of two multi-role ships being built by Seaspan’s Vancouver Shipyards for the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN).

The new ships will increase the range and endurance of naval task group missions by providing replenishment at sea (RAS) capabilities, as well as serve as a home base for helicopter maintenance and repair.

The JSS will replace the former Protecteur-class auxiliary oiler replenishment (AOR) vessels that served the RCN until 2016.

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LST – Turkish Navy

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SkyDec 04SERIES at LST of the Turkish Navy. The LST is a mono-hull type vessel, all steel construction, designed to meet the speed, sea keeping maneuverability and stability requirements of Turkish Naval Forces Command. The LSTs are primarily intended for amphibious missions and transportation of troops and equipment, while their secondary missions include humanitarian aid, disaster relief, medical assistance and transportation. To avoid latency issues, SkyDec signal extenders are applied to feed all ships systems with position, timing and synchronization signals.

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Milgem – Turkish Navy

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SkyDec 04SERIES at Turkish Milgem Class multimission corvettes. The MİLGEM project, from the Turkish words Milli Gemi (National Ship), is a Turkish national warship program, the purpose of which was to build a modern littoral combat warship with indigenous anti-submarine warfare and high-seas patrol capabilities, extensively using the principles of stealth technology in its design. The Milgem program consists of two type of vessels: the Ada class corvettes and TF-100 frigates. SkyDec’s NGNS04 was selected to provide position, timing and synchronization signals over customized interfaces.

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CB90 – Royal Norwegian Navy

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SkyDec 07SERIES at the CB90 of the Royal Norwegian Navy. The CB90 is an exceptionally fast and agile boat that can execute extremely sharp turns at high speed, decelerate from top speed to a full stop in 2.5 boat lengths, and adjust both its pitch and roll angle while under way. Its light weight, shallow draught, and twin water jets allow it to operate at speeds of up to 40 knots (74 km/h) in shallow coastal waters. The water jets are partially ducted, which, along with underwater control surfaces similar to a submarine’s diving planes, gives the CB90 its maneuverability. The SkyDec NGNS07 was selected because of its small form-factor and high robustness.

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Tide class – Royal UK Navy

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SkyDec 06SERIES GPS and eLoran at British Royal Navy MARS Tankers. The Tide Class vessels are intended to provide logistics support and services such as transportation of fuel, fresh water, food, and weaponry to the Royal Navy’s warships and vessels deployed across the world. SkyDec 06SERIES was selected to equip the MARS tankers with both a military GPS and an eloran for back-up.

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Nansen Class – Royal Norwegian Navy

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The Fridtjof Nansen-class frigates are a class of frigates that are the main surface combatant units of the Royal Norwegian Navy. The ships are named after famous Norwegian explorers, with the lead ship of the class bearing the name of Fridtjof Nansen, the Norwegian scientist, explorer and humanitarian. Five ships were ordered from Spanish shipbuilder Bazan (now Navantia).

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